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Galaxy Note 10 Pro reportedly supports 25W charging, not 45W

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10 Pro have already leaked in full, thanks to the CAD renders. Now, there have been rumors related to 45W Fast Charging support, at least for the Note 10 Pro. But, according to Max Weinbach from XDA, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro supports just 25W fast charging.

Yes, Samsung is indeed going to launch a phone this year that supports 45W Fast Charging, but according to Max, it would be the Galaxy A90 & not any of the two Galaxy Note phones. If you don’t know, the Galaxy S10 series supports 15W fast charging & there are reports of the company working on a software update that will eventually enable the 25W fast charging support for the devices.

25W Fast Charging isn’t something groundbreaking for sure since there are phones like Huawei P30 Pro that support 40W fast charging. Even the OnePlus 7 Pro comes with 30W Warp Charge support. Still, it would be a significant upgrade from the 15W charging that we have seen so far.

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